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(veterinary medicine) infestation with coccidia

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Coccidiosis can affect both young and old and is spread through contact with infected feces.
Having one more anticoccidial to use in a rotation program especially one like Zoamix, which has a unique chemical structure could help preserve the efficacy of other coccidiosis medications, Waldrip said.
The objective of the present study was to investigate the efficacy of Essential on performance response of chickens challenged with coccidiosis and the determination of AME, nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy (AMEn), the coefficients of protein and ether extract digestibility and intestinal morphology of broilers fed with diets containing Essential.
Coccidiosis, a common and costly poultry disease, is caused by tiny, single-celled parasites.
Bovine coccidiosis occurs worldwide and usually affects cattle under 1 year old, but is occasionally seen in yearlings and even adults, especially if massive infections are acquired [11].
Fatty acids and coccidiosis: effects of dietary supplementation with different oils on coccidiosis in chicken.
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The gross lesion associated with hepatic coccidiosis is unique and nearly pathognomonic.
Nicarbazin is a coccidiostat used to treat the protozoan disease, coccidiosis, that can be debilitating or even fatal to poultry.
He had canine coccidiosis, which was treated for a 10-day period.
Janssen Animal Health commissioned the survey to investigate trigger factors that can lead to increased risk of coccidiosis in lambs.
Richard Wood, production manager at Schering Plough, says that without Watson-Marlow's peristaltic pumps' delicate handling of vaccines and overall robustness, the company simply wouldn't be able to produce its attenuated oral coccidiosis vaccine for chickens, otherwise known as Paracox.
CATTLE farmers can win a calf crate by answering a few questions in a Janssen Animal Health survey about their experiences with the costly, debilitating disease coccidiosis.
La coccidiosis es reconocida como la parasitosis de mayor impacto económico en la producción avícola mundial.